Example of a reverse-engineered solution: FM Stocks

"FM Stocks Visual Studio project,  reversed engineered in the UML Model Explorer, showing system, model, package and class levels"

Callout 1 System icon to represent UML System 1. A system is an application or process that can be modeled.

Callout 2 Folder icon to represent the UML Model, Static Model. A model is an abstraction of a system.

Callout 3 Folder icon to represent the UML Top Package. A package is a grouping of model elements. Packages created by dragging the Package shape to the drawing page also appear in the Model Explorer.

Callout 4 Subsystem icon to represent the UML subsytem, BLL, a project within Visual Studio. Subsystems created by dragging the Subsystem shape to the drawing page also appear in the Model Explorer.

Callout 5 Folder icon to represent UML nested package, FM Stocks, a namespace within a project in Visual Studio.

Callout 6 Static structure icon to represent the model diagram, Static Structure1. Double-clicking this icon displays the drawing page for the corresponding model diagram.

callout 7 Icon to represent the Class element, Account. Classes created by dragging the Class shape to the drawing page also appear in the Model Explorer.

callout 8 Icon to represent the attribute, DefaultBalance. If you drag an attribute icon to the drawing page, a Class shape that contains this attribute is added to the page.

callout 9 Icon to represent the operation, Add. If you drag an operation icon to the drawing page, a Class shape that contains this operation is added to the page.

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